Barbara Pruitt, 816-932-1288, email@example.com, Kauffman Foundation
Senator cites Kauffman's Startup Act provisions as model for creating an environment that will encourage new businesses to create jobs
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.), Oct. 14, 2011 – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) vowed to introduce new legislation that would create an environment for new firms to start, grow and create jobs in a speech delivered on the floor of the U.S. Senate yesterday. Citing many of the ideas in the Kauffman Foundation's Startup Act of 2011, Moran presented "pro-growth principles" that he said would give job creators the confidence to hire more people, including:
- Removing barriers to entrepreneurial growth
- Moving research for the university lab to the marketplace
- Attracting and retaining entrepreneurial talent
- Encouraging pro-growth policies at the state and local levels
Kauffman's Startup Act is a set of non-partisan ideas to jump-start the ailing U.S. economy and increase job creation by accelerating the growth of startups and young businesses.
Watch the Senate-floor speech on CSpan.